Monday, February 21, 1966

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Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - February 21, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania PAGE SIX THE PROGRESS, Clearfield, Curwentville, Philipiborg, Moshannon Valley, Pa-, Monday, February 21, 196* Counften Receives Advanced Training CHICOPEE FALLS, Mass.- T-Sgt. Harry J. Smolko, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Smolko of Cotlport, Pa., has been graduated from the U. S. Air Force fenior Noncommissioned Officer Academy at Westover AFB, Mas*. Sgt. Smolko, who received advanced military leadership and management training, is an airframe maintenance technician at Pease AFB, N.H. He is a member of the Strategic Air Command �vhicb keeps the free world's mighiest missile end jet bomber force ready to counter the enemy threat. His.wife, Mary, is the daughter of James W. Holt of Clear-mont, Fla. Classified Ads brings results. Read the Want Ads Daily. Commonwealth Clearfield County Auditors' Report of Pennsylvania 1965 Beccaria Township January 1, 1965 - January 1, 1966 General Fund cash balance, 1965 .......................$ 163.55 Special Fund State Aid cash balance, 1965 ............ 937.24 TOTAL.........................................$ 1,100.79 RECEIPTS: Taxes Collected on 1965 duplicate.................. $ 3,651.19 Taxes Collected on old duplicate .................. 431.05 Taxes Collected from county (returned taxes) ..... 393.39 Miscellaneous ......................... ............ 1,012.40 County Aid .......................................... 3,000.00 State Aid........................................... 11,658.45 Transfer between funds ............................. 1,337.98 TOTAL.........................................$22,585.25 EXPENDITURES: General Government ............................... $ 1,373.79 Protection to Person and Property .................. 561.86 Miscellaneous ................................ 1,027.01 Repayment of Loans and Interest ................... 2,424.64 Maintain and Build Highways ..................... 12,588.79 TOTAL........."............................... $17,976.09 Cash Balance January 1,1966 ..........................$ 4,609.16 RESOURCES: Cash General Fund January 1, 1966 ..... .....$ 700.12 Cash Special Fund January l, 1966 (State Aid)...... 3,909.04 Cash Fire Hydrant January 1, 1966................ 299.07 Due from Tax Collector 1965 Duplicate ............. 1,165.97 Due from County unpaid Taxes .................... 388.06 Value of Township Machinery and Buildings...... 9,000.00 TOTAL......................................... $15,462.26 LIABILITIES: Owed to Sinking Fund ............................ $ 3,000.00 �.................................. $ 3,000.00 FIRE HYDRANT FUND: Cash in Bank 1965 ...... ........................ $' 318.22 Taxes Collected 1965 ................................ 1,109.13 Taxes Collected on Old Duplicate .................. 249.26 TOTAL...................................... $ 1,676.61 Fire Hydrant Rental (13 Hydrants $100 each) ($325/Quarter)................................. $ 1,300.00 Commission........................................ 77.54 Today In History By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Monday, February 21, the 52nd day of 1966. There are 313 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1909, the "Great White Fleet" of the U.S. Navy sailed into Hampton Roads, returning from the first around-the-world voyage by any American battle force. The voyage was President Theodore Roosevelt's dual plan - to give the fleet unique training and to show the world the power that had defeated Sain. On this date In 1)883, Samuel F. B. Morse gave the first public demonstra tion of his telegraph. In 1885, the Washington Monument was dedicated in the cap Hal. In 1901, the Republic of Cuba adopted its first constitution. In 1916, the World War I bat tie of Verdun began. In 1944, Tokyo admitted a shakeup in the Japanese high command. ' Ten years ago -- A grand jury in Montgomeryi Ala., in dieted 115 Negroes for partici pating in a boycott against Montgomery >buses. Five years ago - The Security Council authorized the U.N. command in the Congo to use force, if necessary, to prevent civil war. One year ago - Malcolm X, militant leader of a Negro extremist group, was shot to death at a meeting of his followers in New York. TOTAL....................,.................. $ 1,377.54 Balance Bank Fire Hydrant Jan. 1,1966 ................ $ 299.07 Published in Accordance with Section 547, Act 567, Approved July 10, 1947 P. L. 1481. Signed: MRS. ESTHER BRINKMAN WILEMENA ROSENBERG ' AUDREY J. DICK Bituminous Area Insurance Sales Up HARRISBURG (AP) - A 58 per cent increase in the sale of policies in the bituminous area under the coal mine subsidence insurance program was reported today. The fund's board of directors said 292 policies were sold in 1965 compared with 171 the previous year. The total amount of insurance in effect in the bituminous area in 1965 was $3,444,900 compared with $2,677,000 the year before. h r i aoolridge' 1 n i _ - ;- c e . - S - ( ' ^ n D i I t l �-./! LAST DAY! tomorrow Open tonight till 9 AT THE BRIDGE |) NICHOLS ST. I CLEARFIELD m TRULY � GREAT fur clearance ends tomorrow ot 5 o'clock It happens Only Once a Year Don't Miss these Great Savings! PRICES CUT ON ENTIRE HUGE STOCK OF FURS STOLES . CAPES . JACKETS . COATS. BOAS . SCARFS . COLLARS 10% to 50 % 0� months to pa/ - Lay Away or Budget - or Use your Charge Account NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS The New Philipsburg Office of the County National Bank (Conveniently located at 117 East Presqueisle Street, Philipsburg) BANKING WITH A DIFFERENCE! You may be acquainted with many of our banking services. But there are others that you may not know about. Some of these you can use to advantage. 4% SAVINGS CERTIFICATES SAVINGS ACCOUNTS CHRISTMAS CLUBS CHECKING ACCOUNTS HOME MORTGAGES - CONVENTIONAL FHA & Gl COMMERCIAL AND BUSINESS LOANS EQUIPMENT FINANCING AUTO LOANS APPLIANCE LOANS PERSONAL LOANS HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES TRUST SERVICE The County National Bank is proud of its reputation as a service institution. Come in at your convenience. 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